Un Lac Reviews
Not until near the end of the film I realized that I was feeling the director's capture of human experience, about being closed with the one you are connected with. In connecting with one I love I don't focus visually like camera, nor talk a lot to make me understood, nor realize the backdrop, these are just hollywood or TV soup series to make message so clear, information so overwhelmingly redundant. Somehow such explicit communication disconnects, wastes more effort to interpret the meaning, and builds more distance between people.
It is a sinking-in process. The director said the Lake is the containment of deep feelings, no one can escape by going on the surface crossing. To get out of the lake is to first sink in it, then grasp the energy flow deep down and the moment comes when you can finally control when hold it or leave it.